Sarah H. Sanders blames Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) for Trump calling her 'Pocahontas'.
Federal contractors alone sent more than 10,000 jobs overseas, all while raking in over $19 billion in government money.
Over half of Democrats now have a bachelor's degree, and fewer than 40 percent of Republican voters say the same.
The Pentagon abruptly announced the parade—originally slated for November—will be postponed to 2019.
Georgia Republican state Sen. Michael Williams said President Trump shouldn't be berated if he said the n-word on tape.
President Trump publicly accused Obama of tapping his phones; privately, he considered revoking his security clearance.
“Alabama’s definitely in the forefront of voter suppression efforts.” -John Zippert, head of the New South Coalition
President Trump said Monday he is "not thrilled" with the Federal Reserve's decision to keep raising interest rates.
Before cameras, Trump congratulated a Border Patrol employee for speaking 'perfect' English.
Eastern Kentucky has lost more than 10,000 coal jobs since 2011, and for now, the trend looks set to continue.